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2024 Boston Catholic Appeal

By participating in the annual Appeal, you help our Church ensure that the presence and hope of Christ can be felt throughout the 144 communities that comprise our Archdiocese of Boston.

Every person’s gift to the Catholic Appeal unifies our Archdiocese and weaves us together into God’s tapestry of care.

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Join us for Mass at 9:00am every Sunday live-streamed here. Recordings will be available afterwards on our website and also on our YouTube Channel.

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Holy Family Parish Center Update

The Monsignor Glynn Parish Center opened with the church in 1988. For over 30 years, it has served the needs of the parish with room for faith formation, ministry, and organization meetings, and originally outside events. As time has passed the center needs to meet new needs in the church.

Check out the Msgr. Glynn Parish Center Renovations about to take place!

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Divine Mercy Sunday

04-07-2024  |  Very Rev. Robert J. Deehan, VF

Today, Divine Mercy Sunday, ends the Octave of Easter. The Church celebrates our Lord’s Resurrection not just on one day, but it continues for eight days, hence the description, the Octave of Easter. Each day of the Octave is ranked as a Solemnity in the Church’s liturgical calendar, the highest ranking of liturgical feasts. The idea of an Octave of a great feast has its roots in the Old Testament where many Jewish feasts lasted for eight days.

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Each week, Father Bob or a member of the staff share a video message with the Holy Family Community. You can have these messages and other important information sent directly to your inbox by signing up for our parish Flocknotes. Sign up to receive our weekly messages here.